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return to in person
Students will return to A/B day schedule February 22

A-day students will report to school February 22 & Tuesday, February 23. B-day students will report back Thursday, February 25 and Friday, February 26. If you are experiencing Covid symptoms or have been around anyone that has Covid or being tested for Covid- please do not report to school. Contact the school for further instructions about your return to school.

Sun Feb 21 06:14 PM

senior lowdown
February 2021 Senior Lowdown

Click here to view the February Senior Lowdown

Mon Feb 08 03:10 PM

remote
Remote Instruction 2/8/21- 2/19/21

Randleman High School will be fully remote 2/8/21-2/19/21. You are expected to log on to Google Meets for every class.

Mon Feb 08 07:22 AM

apprenticeship randolph
Apprenticeship Randolph

Apprenticeship Randolph is Randolph County’s premier opportunity for current juniors and seniors living and learning in Randolph County, North Carolina to get a jump start on a professional career in our booming local industries. Students have the opportunity to maximize earning potential, gain valuable skills and experience through on-the-job training, and earn an Associate of Applied Science degree from Randolph Community College at no cost to the student. This year, industry is looking to fill positions in manufacturing and IT. Randleman High School's Apprenticeship Randolph Information Session will be held Friday morning at 10:00 a.m. via Google Meet. You can email sadams@randolph.k12.nc.us for the Meet Code and if you have any questions. You can also schedule an in person or virtual meeting.

Thu Jan 28 10:08 AM

awards
January Star Teacher- Mark Walker

Student accolades and accomplishments bring Mark Walker the greatest reward as an educator. He proudly serves as our Agriculture Education teacher and FFA adviser. He focuses on teaching his curriculum and instilling a work ethic in his students, which translates into success with time management, commitment, leadership, and cooperative skills. Mr. Walker and his students have proudly earned eighteen State FFA Career Development Event titles over sixteen years, with three top ten Milk Quality and Products teams. His 2015 team finished second in the nation. Thirty-one of his students have earned American FFA Degrees, and over eighty have received State FFA degrees. Whether it is our student-run greenhouse sale, the successful competition teams, or the daily learning in the classroom, Tiger Nation is very proud to honor Mr. Walker and his students for creating such a successful program. Randleman High School is proud to honor Mark Walker as our STAR Employee for January.

Fri Jan 22 10:54 AM

awards
RHS January Star Student- Westin Kallam (9th grade)

Westin Kallam has maintained an overall A/B average during his first semester in high school and has handled the transition to high school very well in this unprecedented year. His mathematics teacher recommended him as a dedicated student who has applied himself to keeping up with his academic studies. Westin is a member of our junior varsity baseball team. Whether he is in the classroom, on the ballfield, working with his father at the family auto sales business, or helping out on his grandparents’ farm, Westin demonstrates his good character and solid work ethic. We are proud to have him at our school and look forward to seeing what this young man will accomplish during his time in Tiger Nation and beyond. Randleman High School proudly recognizes Westin Kallam as our STAR3 Student for January.

Fri Jan 22 10:48 AM